PASCO, Wash. -- Many people would like to be able to farm a small piece of land to earn extra money or grow food for their family but many just don't know how to do it.
At the Franklin County Courthouse Annex Thursday night, WSU Tri-Cities teacher Kathy Lomax explained just how people can make a small farm work.
She started by saying people should grow a variety of products.
Lomax says, "I think any time you're looking at a business, rather than having all your eggs in one basket, really look at having a combination of products coming from your farm."
The farming program continues at the Annex every Thursday until January 25th. It costs $150 and late registration is accepted. The program runs from 5:30 to 8:30pm.